Dover, Del. - The Wesley College Football team ended their season 10-2 overall after being defeated by the Delaware Valley Aggies 45-10 in the second round of NCAA playoffs.
Delaware Valley's senior Dan Allen opened scoring on a five-yard pass five minutes in. Allen scored three more times during the game and ended the day 6 for 128 receiving yards.
The Wolverines got on the board in the second off a 25-yard field goal by senior Nick Bruhn to bring the score within four points, 3-7.
Delaware Valley scored on a field goal to end the second and then a touchdown in the third before Marcellus Pack scored on an 88-yard run, 10-24 to end the third quarter.
Delaware Valley scored three more times to end the game 45-10.
Freshman Drew Fry completed 12 of 23 attempts for 121 yards.
Defensively Coray Williams made the switch from safety to line backer this game and tallied 10 solo tackles and three assists for a total of 13. Junior Isiah Mitchell racked up eight solo and two assists for a total of nine. The Defense recorded two sacks for 16 yards and five tackles for a loss of 20 yards.